While WWE had always planned on Daniel Bryan turning on Bray Wyatt, they originally were hoping to stretch the story line out for several weeks, but thanks to fans at a Michigan State basketball game doing the "Yes!" chant, management opted to speed things up and pulled the trigger on Monday Night Raw.
After being beaten severely by the group during the final hour of Monday Night Raw, Daniel Bryan finally succumbed and agreed to join Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, thus teasing a heel turn that could be a temporary thing.
There were some serious speculations recently that Judas Devlin was going to be brought up by WWE from developmental to join the Wyatt Family, but a serious injury, one that might end his career, has forced a change of plans.
There's a very good chance that we could be seeing a steel cage match between Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt on a pay per view very soon, as WWE is having the two of them work a match in one during the live events this month.
It appears that Daniel Bryan will be moved into a feud with Bray Wyatt soon, as WWE has already scheduled them to work together on live events as practice.
Despite the tease on Monday Night Raw this week, the Wyatt Family and the Shield are not expected to feud any time soon. Some within WWE are wanting to save that program for Wrestlemania 30.
There are those within WWE that are pushing Vince McMahon to bring up a developmental wrestler as a new member of the Wyatt Family.
WWE realized that they had ruined the momentum of Bray Wyatt, so they decided to fix things by having him feud against CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.